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Hi, ladies and gentlemen.

As you know, I am working in a project to make several wall kitchen cabinets for my daughter. I am using several 15mm chipboard that were given to me by a cousin. Most of the materials are recovered.

The project is still under progress but I want to show to you some advance. Recently my customer talked about a "change of mind" since the cabinets would be installed in another place. Meanwhile, pictures talk by themselves.
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looking good...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Alexis; damn fine job of salvaging material! I salute you.
We're spoiled rotten up here. We want something, we toddle off to the nearest shop/lumberyard and grab what we need.
***** like crazy if they don't have it in stock.
We may be in for a nasty shock, down the road...
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Great job Alexis! You are always proving that we can do much more with a little less(I hope this sentence makes sense).
Congrats!
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Great job of recycling and re-purposing used material. I troll local construction jobs to pick up wood scraps they are throwing away in an effort to keep it out of the landfill. I then bring it home and find use for the wood as project come up. Hats off to you Alexis, you have gone way beyond what I could accomplish.
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Thanks a lot for your comments, guys, especially to Pierre.

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Well done.

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That is cool. One of my friend also tried to built cabinets for his kitchen but he failed. Then he got a professional cabinet company to do this job and my friend was bit satisfied. The designs they provided was quite good and even I heard good things about them.

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